|Bill Templer (Bulgaria) - Discussion List Animator
Bill Templer is a Chicago-born educator with research interests in English as a lingua franca, critical pedagogy, minority studies and social justice issues in the EFL classroom. He has taught at universities in the U.S., Ireland, Germany, Iran, Israel, Bulgaria, Nepal, Thailand, Laos and Malaysia. Bill is active on the Editorial Board of the Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies, and within BETA in Bulgaria. He is also a widely published translator from German, especially in the field of Jewish history and culture, and is based as an independent researcher in eastern Bulgaria. E-mail: [email protected]
|László Hajba (Hungary) - Online content manager
László Hajba is a freelance teacher and materials writer based in Budapest, Hungary. Besides being a teacher of English and Hungarian as a foreign language he is also interested in using ICT, video games and other digital technologies in education, particularly tablets and smartphones. Contact: [email protected]
|Gergő Fekete (Hungary) - Social Media Coordinator
My name is Gergő Fekete and I am happy to be joining the Global Issues SIG committee. I hold a B.A. in English and German Studies and I’m currently pursuing a Masters in English and German language teaching in Budapest. Ever since Margit acquainted me with the SIG, I’ve been on the lookout for various ways of bringing Global Issues into the English class. Outside the classroom, I like swimming and exploring new places, and my latest hobby seems to be the pursuit of finding time for them. I’m excited about making a contribution to the SIG.